“I have gone from feeling pretty good to being in hospice care,” the 74-year-old Northeast Kingdom novelist has posted on Facebook.
Many hope to insure their domestic tranquility by cutting back on media coverage of the new president.
In one of the last acts of the Obama administration, the 89-year-old Brattleboro painter has received the International Medal of Arts for sharing his work with American embassies.
Even in the month of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the maker of “Divided by Diversity” can’t find a city location willing to screen it.
Derek Hallquist was filming his father, the CEO of the Vermont Electric Cooperative, talking about climate change when the man he knew as Dad confided he was actually a woman named Christine.
The senator is tapping a variety of national media venues — including a prime-time CNN “town hall” Monday — to promote a Martin Luther King Jr. weekend protest against health care cuts.
A coalition of Vermont spiritual congregations spread its message statewide over the weekend during a “Sabbath of Listening and Healing.”
Gov.-elect Phil Scott is set to repeat an inaugural oath spoken by 76 predecessors. But as his six living peers can attest, the address that follows is very much one’s own.
Clara Martin Center will mark its 50th anniversary Saturday with an evening featuring Me2/Orchestra, the world’s only classical music organization created for instrumentalists with mental illness.
Putney artist Maggie Lake’s story is “powerful and transformative,” according to “Eat Pray Love” author Elizabeth Gilbert. Lake’s family also knows it to be achingly personal.
“She took extraordinary chances and saved many lives,” former Gov. Madeleine Kunin says of the onetime Green Mountain State resident, who died earlier this month.
Vermont’s Robb Family Farm wondered if its future was past when it stopped milking cows after more than a century. Then Brooke Shields told People magazine about its maple syrup.
The annual event offers pancakes, coffee and a bittersweet story of volunteer perseverance.